In the Neurology Department of IASYS, experienced doctors examine diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system.

Such as vascular strokes, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, lateral myotrophic sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, etc.
Diagnostic examinations
Electromyography (EMG) is a method that involves the techniques of controlling the electrical activity of the peripheral nerve and muscle. It is the basic test that examines the peripheral motor neuron and muscle.
Electromyography (EMG) is done through needle electrodes to record muscle activity.
The most common diseases investigated by electromyography are:
Carpal tunnel syndrome, compression of the ulnar nerve in the parathyroid gland of the elbow or in the area of ​​the posterior bone in the wrist, the sciatic nerve in the spiral groove of the humerus, the peroneal nerve in the head of the fork, etc.
Rickets of the cervical and lumbar spine.
Diabetic, alcoholic, genetically determined, pharmaceutical, acute and chronic polycystic ovary disease, concomitant diseases of collagen or malignancies, etc.
Lateral atrophic sclerosis (Charcot’s disease), spinal myotrophy, etc.
The Clinic also diagnoses and treats chronic diseases that are the result of degeneration of brain neurons. Such as dementia (Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, etc.) and Parkinson’s disease.
Headache control is also performed in cases of persistent headaches and migraines. In these cases, a personalized treatment plan is recommended to treat the headache that goes beyond the narrow limits of medication.

Call us at 210-7220080 and make your own appointment.

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